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Submitted by newsguy 850d ago | article

April Fools' 2013 Roundup

Maximum PC: For the most part, we tend to steer clear of totally bogus tech stories on April Fools' Day, though it's not always easy separating fact from fiction. Crazy things happen all the time, and since April Fools' fell on a Monday this time around, traditionally one of the busiest news days of the week, it was even more challenging discerning between factual and phony announcements. (Audio, Culture, Gadgets, Gaming, Hi-tech, Industry, PC, PC hardware, Phones, Services, Toys, Video, Web)

mpctips  +   850d ago
I'm surprised some of these aren't products already.
andresegers  +   850d ago
Nice
fatstarr  +   850d ago
beige made that era bland, it all came back to me after reading the first one Lol.

google nose would be ingenious as a next step. you buy a fragrance master kit insert it into your device and you can catalog fragrances from the universe and your device would reconstruct it and allow you to get a sense of its smell.

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